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Wendy Farmer

Hi Mark

without seeing your setup try these triggers as a test.

1. Create a T/F variable for each marker default to False

2. Create a trigger to toggle the variable when the user clicks 

3. Create a trigger play audio xx when user clicks marker 1 on condition that marker1 = true

4. Create a trigger to stop media xx when user clicks marker 1 on condition that marker 1 not equal to true

you need a variable for each marker and corresponding triggers to play pause media for each as well.

if that doesn't work you can upload your story file using the grey Add Attachmdnt button at the bottom of the post - easier for someone to assist with a solution specific to you if they can see your setup


Ren Gomez

Hi Paul,

Happy to help troubleshoot! Are you inserting each audio file into the specific marker, as shown below? Or are you adding the audio to the slide?

Using this method, when I select a second marker, the first marker will close along with the audio.

If you're able to share your file publicly here, feel free to do so by clicking Add Attachment, otherwise you can share it privately with me here, and I'll delete once I'm done taking a look!

Ren Gomez

Hi Paul,

Thanks for sharing that file, as well as your .story file in our case! To recap for any other members who come across this discussion, it seems adding in a Selected state in markers is causing the audio to overlap one another. 

Instead, try using the Visited state as that will retain the functionality of a marker automatically closing when another marker is clicked on!